Seek a raise at a rate higher than inflation. If it isn’t as high as the rate of inflation, it’s not actually a raise really. You are making a lower income than previously if the rate is below inflation.
If offered a position, candidates must pass a drug test. Before marijuana was legalized in Washington, around one in five job candidates who were offered work at BBSI failed to pass drug tests. But these days, well over 30 percent fail drug tests, which look for marijuana among other drugs, including amphetamines, methadone, opiates, ecstasy and cocaine basically any drug listed in the DEAs list of Schedule I drugs and a couple of others. About 95 percent of the time it is marijuana, Bevins said of those who test positive on a drug test. Obviously we get a bit of meth in there and occasionally we get surprised by some other substance. And there are more are no-shows for scheduled interviews after they learn a drug test is mandatory, Bevins said. It takes more time and costs more money to find the same number of qualified candidates who can pass a drug screening, Bevins said. It affects me tremendously. imp sourceExpress Employment Professionals of Olympia owner Reid Bates has similar views. Its become a pretty big issue, Bates said about prospective employees passing drug tests in the age of legal marijuana. Bates, who also owns Express Employment offices in Centralia and Aberdeen, said his staffing agency office in Olympia has worked with 143 employers in Thurston County this year. He said hes aware of three undisclosed employers that have altered drug-test policies because of pots legal status in Washington.
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The kittens had been burned. One cat’s head had also been crushed. Police said similar incidents of animal cruelty have been reported in the area. Anyone with information about the case is urged to contact Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS or online at www.crime-stoppers.org . Tips may also be submitted by text message. Text TIP610 and to CRIMES. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $5,000 for information leading arrest of a suspect or charges filed in the case. medical interview rating scaleAll tipsters remain anonymous.
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